Attachments – (1) Lyrics – Thine be the Glory
Good Afternoon Everyone,
In advance of the day, a very Happy Easter to everyone at Trendlewood. It is exciting to be going back to meeting in person. It would be great if you could join us.
Peter and Regula
St Austell Close
The Old Farmhouse
For the local shops and public-facing businesses which are preparing to re-open.
We pray for the dental clinic at Gamal Abdel Nasser University. This newly renovated clinic is led in partnership between Mercy Ships staff and the university’s administration.
Morning Prayer next week at 9.00 a.m. is on Wednesday only. Do email Steve for the Zoom code if you would like to participate. Joining in once will not commit you to any further attendance.
We can meet in the school at 7.45 p.m for a reflective service of 45 minutes including some songs to listen to. I will lead and speak. You will need to book in with me please.
Currently 11 people booked in, including participants. More welcome.
We meet in the school at 2.00 p.m, to reflect, led by David, for an hour at the cross. There will be prayers, readings, music and times of silence.
Currently 7 people booked in, including participants. More welcome.
This service will also be available live on Zoom. Please contact us for the joining details.
Men’s breakfast is this morning. Ian will send out joining details.
Easter Sunday (4/4)
We meet in the school at 10.15 a.m. We will begin by singing outside (which is allowed). Please print off, or download to a device, your own copy of the words to Thine be the Glory (which are attached). You might like to arrive a few minutes early, place your belongings on a seat in the hall, then gather outside (weather permitting) to sing.
Michelle will lead us and speak. It will be a communion service where members of the congregation will be able to receive in one kind only (wafers, this time). We will come up as individuals to receive, socially distanced, and take our wafer back to our chair to consume, all eating at the same time. Michelle will drink some wine on behalf of us all.
The service will also be available on Zoom with the option of staying on to chat afterwards.
Contact us fir the joining details.
There will be no evening worship that day.
Community Easter Trail (5-11/4)
Heulwen, youth-worker from Nailsea Baptist Church, says:
‘We are super excited to let you know that Christians Together in Nailsea and District have put together a Community Easter Adventure & Puzzle Trail. It will take place on the first week of the Easter Holidays (5-11th April 2021).
‘A map will be uploaded around Good Friday (to the Nailsea Community Facebook page), alongside the answer sheets, giving you plenty of time to think about how you’ll tackle the trail from the 5th. Alternatively you will be able to pick up an answer sheet that has the map on the back at Location 1 which will be the Nailsea Community Larder.
‘If you have any questions about this Community Easter Adventure Trail & Puzzle, please follow this link to fill out a query form: https://forms.gle/
Annual Church Meeting (9/5)
Ceri reminds us that if you normally produce a report for the Annual Church Meeting she would like to receive it this month. Although it doesn’t seem long since the last ACM (because it was delayed) the next one will be on Sunday May 9th, after church.
Michelle’s Lent course based on daily reflections is on this link:
The Thursday Zoom sessions have now come to an end. Our final reflection is based on this verse:
It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery. (Gal 5:1)
A message from Simon and Lindsay:
‘Further to our recent email if you would like to contribute ideas or suggestions (and haven’t done so already) as to the qualities you would like to see in our next vicar, could you please do this by next Tuesday, 6 April at the latest. You can do this by replying to Pauline’s original email of 26 March, as she has kindly agreed to collate responses for us.
Here is a copy of an Easter card, which has been distributed to the press from all the churches in Nailsea.
28/3 Reading and sermon on YouTube
21/3 Reading and sermon on YouTube
14/3 Sermon only on web-site <trendlewoodchurch.org.uk/
7/3 Whole service on YouTube
28/2 Sermon only on YouTube
Safety Protocol for Church Services
Arrive five minutes in advance of the service only. Use the one way system. Come in through the lobby (one family at a time). Sanitise hands. Take places. Wear masks. As we are keeping fresh air circulating I suggest warm clothes.
If you need to get up and leave please follow the same one-way system. Try not to walk in front of the cameras.
If you use the loos please clean them yourself afterwards. Cleaning stuff will be around.
After the service, if you do not wish to stay for cleaning and packing, please leave promptly, sanitising your hands as you go. Leave through the fire exit door at the far side of the hall.
Your name needs to be with the service leader for track and trace purposes. This information will be retained for three weeks.
Please try to book in good time. The current limit is about 25 people, depending on how many are families/couples/singles. First come first served.
General Job Vacancies
- Children’s work co-ordinator and week-by-week helpers
- We will need more help with the laptop. Could you learn to do this?
- More help on the sound desk
Details of all these jobs available from wardens or clergy. Do have an informal chat.